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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

E. G GOLQUHOUN, ACCOUNTANT, Gilgandra. Farm and Station Accounts a Speciality Balance Sheets and Taxation Returns Prepared Fees Moderate Address— Wilson's Buildings, Miller Street Gilgandra

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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A GILGANDRA DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

A.GILGANDRA DIVORCE. ■ Minua McDonald (former^ Hag lus) alleged desertion, drunkenness, and want of support in asking for a divorce from Lanes McDonald, to whom she was married at Midway, near Dabbo, in 1892. Petitioner said after marriage she lived for live years on a station in which her lias band went to Dnbbo and opened a boarding house, he having lost his property except for a few pounds, which was put into the boarding house. From six weeks after mar-, riage her husband had been drinking to excess. The boarding house was kept going for a number of years during which he gave her no support, though he carried on a stock and station business. The money he earned he spent in drink, and she had to keep and educate four children. During those two -years respondent was constantly drunk. The boarding house was sold, and respondent went to Gilgandra to work, and she bad not see . him since Petitioner had to take a position as housekeeper, afterwards taking «, house at Glebe P>>in...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Consign your , butchers* produce to— Hi [IT UTOflC - BILL, CLARK El 00. mm iiUUiH| i be S U I UOil pigs, calves Hlffh©«t Prlc© and Prompt r«tur«© magnificent totobes Bbst Paddocks as flbmimghob i sjbllxmg aamrrg Ok&x ' Kemp-Bruce & Christie, Special Agents

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly
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GULAR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

fiULAR RACES. Out Gular way they know some thing about horse racing, and the committee oitlie geegee club there has succeeded in making their course one, if not the best, in, the west. The two days meeting to be held on An niversary Day, and the day follmv. ing promises to bb as goud as the club has ever fathered, and that is saying a good deal. • Secretary J. H. Jenkins has already commenced to whip things into shape, and under his experience and able guidance, the club is sure to come out a long way on top. Nominations for all events close on Saturday, Jauuary 22nd at 8 p.m. Shrewd, thrifty people go to Gar* ling's for everything and save money ev.ery time*-~Q i

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DISTRICT PROPERTIES. "EULOMOGO" THE PROPERTY OF MR. W. PRIDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

« EULOMOGO " THE PROPERTY OF MR. W. PRIDDLE. : 1 j The richness of the soil is nof; alto gether responsible for the welfare of the men on the land in this district, as Gilgandra can boast, without be ing considered bombastic, that it has" in its environs some of the brainiest and best framers in the Common wealth. Take Mr. W. Priddle, of "Eulomogo" for instance.* He is a farmer, npt an . agriculturist. He is convinced that only mixed farming will pay in this district, and he has proved this contention- By paying lie does not mean simply managing just to drive the wolf from the door, but making a good living, with every hope of extension and a grow ing banking account. An agricul tmist,-cannot do this he contends. Agriculture certainly helps make' ends meet, and leave something over, Sheep, however, are the gentlemen who pay the rent, and make the man on the land healthy, wealthy and wise. - Mr. Priddle's pets are Ver monts, and he possesses some of the best strains in the State havi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Messrs. Miller and James adver tise they will sell at "Everton" ou Thursday next, the stock and mac hinery of Messrs Hickman Bros., commencing at ll a.m. sharp. Im I mediately after this sale the auction ! ee'rs will sell on behalf of Mr F. A. ! Linke, who is relinquishing wheat growing, his horses and machinery. Messrs Kemp-Bruce and Christie also advertise that they will offer fov sale on Wednesday week, January 19th, at their offices, Gilgandra, 750 acres of land known as Neraug. j Messrs. Tibbits and Sons will otter for sale, on behalf of Mr. Campbell Ferguson, on Wed nesday, February 9th several horses, cattle, machinery, hay, etc., at Long view. Messrs. A. Towhsend and Sou will sell at the Royal Hotel yards on Saturday week a big yard ing of draught mates, geldings, colts, yearling, fillies, etc.; also agricultu ral machinery, iron treughiug, farm, dray and a large number of sundries. Particulars will .be found in our ad vertising columns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Kemp-Bruce and Christie Liw® Stock and Property Salesmen, ffiilcf St., :@i!gandra. TeS.3S5 GiSgandr'a- . A. F. Gillett, Auctioneer, Stock and Station Salesman T oorawcenak. A gezit for Studebaker Motor Cars. 'Phone 14 Established 1880. : BLACKET Mi SON, DUBBO, I Auctiomees's, Stock and Property Salesmen asid Land Agents. TiSsfeits mi Ssns W. C. TIBBITS. WILFPED TIBBITS. EDGAR C. TIBBITS. Stock, Station, Land and General Commission Agents & Auctioneers Land Agency a Specialty. Land Regulation Forms of every description on hand. Cases conducted in the Land Court. Auction and Land Subdivision Sales conducted anywhere in the State.' Stock trucked and consigned. Wool and all kinds of Produce forwarded. Advances made on produce or con signment.; District agents for Daigety ami Co., Limited. Correspondence Invited'.: Offices: Opposite Garling's. Store,. Farmers'.Market." Wanted, consignments of all kinds of Poultry and Farmers' Produce for Sat urday sales. Good demand. Sale as usua...

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PERMANENT CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

PERMANENT CAMP Thus Dnbbo "Libei al":—It is un officially stated that Dabbo is to be made a permanent camp, and that it will have a capacity for .1000 men. The soldiers will be trained here, and sent in battalions to Sydce}7, for transport. It is also rumored that all western route inarches will end at Dabbo, and the men will'go into camp here. This will necessitate more accommodation ground, and the men will be supplied with tents, and the pavilion now used for sleeping quarters will be used as a mess roorn^ Mr H. M. Ware, successor to Air G. W. Markham Mills, representative of the A-M.P. Society, is at present on a visit to these parts. Mr Ware is a well known figure in the far west, where he has lived for many years.

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COMMONWEALTH WAR LOAN. USE YOUR MONEY TO HELP THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

9 USE YOUR MONEY TO HELP THE COUNTRY. I i 1 Everyone has the right to sub ' scribe all the money they chocse to j the new Common wealth War Loan, I but be it many hundreds or few, or even a modest £10, the Common I wealth. Government 'through the ! agency of the Banks and Post Offices is ready to receive the application. It is not a favor that is being asked of the Australian community, but a privilege which, is being offered— that is a privilege of lie!ping our men with munitions' and equipment needed to save their lives, and the further privilege of helping to shorten the war. These are the reasons which will appeal to all who | are imbued with the spirit of patrio j tism more strongly thin the pecu niary considerations of the high rate of interest ond unquestionable se curity, but both trie considerations of patriotism and the consideration of financial advantage and security should urge all Australians to put into the new War Loan every penny they can spare. .Every patriotic Aus...

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LETTER FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

LETTER FROM THE FRONT. Writing to his mother in Gilgan / dra, Signaller Bert Gibson says:— We arrived at Airodrome Camp, Heliopolis, Wednesday nignt, No vember 23, the camp is 7 miles from 'Cairo. We visited Cairo .Friday and Saturday and had a good look around, it is worth coming to see the sights, it opens your eyes alright the things 3ron see, five as of engaged a 'Carriage for one honr for one piastre each (a piastre is worth 2-|d of our money), for a ran around the town, he took ns through the Bazaar and to the Blue Mosque, the Mosque looks lovely outside, we never 1 went in the Bazaar. Well, it is just the :same as yon read about—a narrow street, with shops on either side run ning for about a mile; you can hardly hear yourself talk for the din, the dust, and stink is pretty high, we had a good run around, some of the buildings have wonderful designs. You.must be out of Cairo before .1.0 pm, We went, in again Friday and visited the Citadel, it is a wonderful building. I can't d...

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DRUMMED OUT OF CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

The recent threat by Inspector •General McKay that men proved guilty of absence from the Liverpool Camp without leave and other of fences . wonId bo pi'omptly and ef fectually pnnishcd was no idle talk, and was proved when four soldiers were publicly presented with their discharge papers and drummed oat of camp. The fourc men had been adjudged of being guilty of absence without leave and other offences and, having fiuished with the military •court, were paraded before the batta lion to which they ' belonged and made an example of. The battalion was daawnupon the parade ground, and the offenders then'marched out under an armed guard. Colonel Oibson then read aloud the discharge papers and the men were then marched out of camp to the accom paniment of the playing of three kettles and one large drum.

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TWO PIONEERS. MR. AND MRS. C. F. LANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

■ ' TWO PIONEERS. MR.;AND MRS. C. ¥. LANCE. Ou *1 o vei'ge of eighty and. still j ■vjyQiTig s rongv Charles li re civ risk 1 Lance, native of Chelsea (Eng.), and I father of Mr. A. J. Lance, of ^ Bail way Hotel, Gilgaudra. ^ 1 ,"healthy infant landed on Austral soim 1 '■ in 1854, and after kicking about, tliey :Cf. crow-pie eating State migrated into j / sunny New South Wales. After > what might be ably termed a very | chequered career began the settling j\ down process at March 35 years^ ago. His first visit' to the city of tiie^ Plains was 51 years ago when the gold fever and bushrangers were simultaneously raging. Adventures were as plentiful as sands on the sea shore and Charles Frederick Lance was in the thick of them. Lambing Flat was the Eldorado all •were pacing for at the time, and Mr. Lance, wishing to gather in some of the golden metal started out in the <- same direction. Between Burrawa and the Flat he happened upon an old Irish woman who warned him to ret...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

It is not unlikely^that cnnr-:crirtion will also be adopted in Australia. * # '-S I Retail price of butter has been re duced Ir.-d pet' lb in Sydney. " «= * 4 Recent Milthorpe Eisteddfod is likely to make a profit of £50. #. * Preparations are being made to exhibit in Melbourne some of the articles taken from the German cruiser Emden. «• =r# The scheme of the N\S.W. Govern ment for the establishment of a fly ing school is understood to be now in a forward state. «= «= « Conscription has practically been adopted in England," and all classes of the population are accepting the new order well. 1 # -/? # Every man employed in Mundadoo and Hurra worn bi stations, in the .Bi.-gs-Vn country, donated not less than £.1/1 to the Belgian Fund. =x= --X- '%■ The 1ST or tli Queensland meat works are reported to have treated altogether 117,929 cattle and 297, 874 sheep during the past season. # =» 4 The situation in China in conse quence ot the revolt is highly vol canic and threatening. Rapid dev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

And Xmas Sreefings to A! We - incite'you -.all to send your Xmas. Orders early Wines (bulk aad bottles), Whisky, Rum, Brandy, etc., Porter,' Genuine Tasmaaian Cider, Etc5 55 JU.4 GO* Mams, Xmas Cakes,. Fruit, 'Nuts, Sweets, etc. and' Kinds of Groceries, fresh and of the best quality. Toys and Xmas Presents,, suitable tor young and old. Fresh Stock of the latest in Men's Mats, Ties, Shirts, Boots and Shoes FOR IjJLDIES.-«--X*OYely BloTises, Costumes, Hats, . Glovos, Handkerchiefs, Perfumes, etc. Solid Yalue-in Table Damask, Sheetings, Towels" Curtains, -n jgyjiKT-ig-i rrggr-j»CTr.~nEi-irgCT-i MB»iCTUJ«Ban^JCMu;ji»igw33aaTOoajna«cpTOnaa3r?at?ag«'*-gnapj>xsgacqaBCTJgSTOa^^^urARW^^»g»»asataasiJ^^'c?agJ * '$£ '' kw \ J.<&£ . . «(>. •' ' v * rv y «JV XC. Hitcnen Federal Steres. Where Quality' Always Counts J \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Stores Ltd Have Just ©peietl a Fin® Range'of. Blousings' SummerDressGoods Etc., Etc ■5 m n %> Low Prises, 5 "ST Y*T^\ ■v\ \\\>\ ^ \ W ^ x * \fc^N v \ Ohly Bottled "~f ^ '"•i'tr\ ; f- |Vi b & \a >' L' , h, >r^"j H JP j JA A a. a\ »l'i JS. •*♦?> <>. tb .*/w»<v •V For TOOTHACHE insert .•>no or two drops of full-strength Seaffl's Essence For Coughs, Colds, Catarrh and Sore Throats dilute to a pint by adding ' water and sweetening. % __fiT

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RUTHERGLEN BUG. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

RUTHERGLEN BUG. Mr J. H. Hitohen bas been troubl ed with au insect pest somewhat re sembling a mosquito that Settled on his potatoe plants -when they were beginning to flower, and .then attack ed the Nectarines and finished up ■with the Apricots, almost entirely ruining these fruits. At Mr Hit •chen's request, Mr E. Gr. C.olquhoun forwarded specimens of the pest to the Agricultural Department, and is now in receipt of a reply identifying the insect as the Rurherglen Bug, {Nysius Viniter). The " Assistant Entymologist to the Department has furnished the followiug report which is communicated for general inform ation. The insect is a tiny silver grey bug, which most of our resid " ents have seen of a still hot night swarming round the lam,p. and has a very., nasty pungent odour. They suck the sap. from, and spot the fruit, aud are especially fond of .those fruits that are just ripening. Such advanced fruit are best picked ! • and marketed at once to avoid fur ther damage. If numerous ...

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SUPREME COURT ACTION. GARNSEY v. WHITEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

GARNSEY v. WHITEMAN. This was an appeal by Arthur Sydney Garnsey, an employee of the Berida Pastoral Co.. who laid infor mations for trespass against Philip Wh item an and James White man un der the - Enclosed Lands Protection Act. The case came before the Gil gaiidra Police Court, and the infor mation was dismissed. The infor mant appealed, and the magistrate (Mr. A. .R. Perry) stated a special case for the ..Supreme Court, the question being whether land snr - rounded by roads, the far sides of ' which were fenced, was enclosed land within the meaning of the Act. Mr. Pilcher (instructed by 'Mr. A. P. Pitzhardinge), appeared for the appellant; and Mr. Watt (instructed by Mr. V. J. Kelly), for the respon dent. Mr. Pilcher argued that the - pub lic's right within the fences was limited to whatever right ol: passage they possessed along the road. If they strayed off the road a trespass was-committed. His Honor said the record of the evidence was imperfect, but even as suming the facts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Oppoeite Gilgandra Railway Station Having purchased from Mr 'iJas. Skelto.i the above well-known popular hotel, is prepared to cater for thp'publie according to modern requirements. A Modern Hostelry; A Good Table. The Best of Appointments. An ideal family'hotel. Lighted throughout with electricity. Splendid stable accommoda tion j"-""' Nothing be spared to give the public satisfaction. Glad to welcome old Faces..., Pleased to welcome new. " A. J. LANCE, Proprietor. {Under Entirely New Management. Desires to notify to the Public that he has purchased the above Hostelry, which he will'conduct on Up-to-date Lines. The All the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Ample Parlor Accommodation for Pri vate Families. The hotel is lighted throughout by Elec tricity, and all the appointments are most complete. A New and Up~to«date Hostelry Stabling Accommodation most perfect in the West. Buggy Shed and Motor Garage. Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Room now open. First-class Table. the A Most Co...

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WOOL FOR AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

WOOL FOR AMERICA. The extent, to whicli the Sydney wool market has benefited by Ameri can competition this year, is forcibly demonstrated in the export figures for the past six months. Winch combe, Oarson Ltd. point out that shipments to the States since July 1st total 135,54S bales. An increase of 127,000 bales compared with the same sis months of the year prior to the war. American mills have been largely engaged in war work for the Allies, and have also been busysup plying many ordinary trade channels hitherto held l>y woollens manufact ured in Germany.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly — 7 January 1916

Australian Hall. The Palace of Programmes for Saturday and Next Saturday, Jan. 8th: His Brother's Debt FIRST STAR FEATURE. F. and A. Drama The Child fillers. WAR SPECIAL English Hazeffe TOPICAL.—Showing principal war items Treachery in CSousig COMEDY Rural Charms of England SCENIC Ambrose's Lofty Perch KEYSTONE COMEDY Cartoons in an Hotel CARTOON Wednesday, Jan. 12th UNCLE TOM'S CABIN STAR FEATURE. Drama of intense interest TOPICAL and CARTOONS OF THE MOMENT Australian Gazette, No. 255 TOPICAL and Hamlet COMEDY Kairtticilcy DRAMA A Picturc well worth seeing Pesselope, Italy. SCENIC Wished On Mabel KEYSTONE COMEDY ''*■ V PRICES J5.S XISXJA1L..

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